A REVIEW ON TENIA CRURIS
Ranjana Verma*, Deepika Sharma and Bharat Parashar
The extensiveness of superficial mycotic infection globallyis 20-25% of which dermatophytes are the most common agents. Current developments in comprehension the pathophysiology of dermatophytosis have determined the central role of cell-mediated immunity in countering these infections. Diagnosis, though important clinical should be established by laboratory-based. Several new techniques such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and mass spectroscopy can help to check the different dermatophyte strains. The previous few years have seen a notable increase in the incidence of chronic dermatophyte infections of skin which have demonstrate difficult to treat. Still due to the shortfall updated national or international directions on the organization of tinea corporis, cruris, and pedis, treatment with systemic antifungals is frequently empirical. The current review objectives to revisit this important topic and will detail the curent advances in the pathophysiology and management of tinea corporis, tinea cruris, and tinea pedia while summit the short of clarity of certain management issues.
Keywords: Extensiveness, superficial, mycotic and tenia cruris.
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